Lauren and Colby had a gorgeous Tarrytown United Methodist wedding this past weekend that was so gorgeous with the light that spilled in from the stained glass windows. It’s been a long time since I photographed a wedding at Tarrytown United Methodist and I think it’s one of my favorite churches in the city. It feels a little 1950ish and the simplicity is what makes it so beautiful.
Lauren and Colby had a traditional family wedding that was very sweet and I loved how Lauren cried during her vows. I think crying sometimes happens when you are truly hearing what you’re promising. Those words are powerful and in a church setting, it resonates throughout the sanctuary.
Lauren and Colby had their reception at the always GORGEOUS Driskill Hotel. I don’t know if it was intended but stepping into the Driskill does feel like stepping back in time with the glamorous pillars, paintings and staircase. I also love that it’s on 6th and Brazos and it has the best people passerby’s in the whole city. Without fail, my clients get well wishes from every direction when we step out onto the street to take portraits.
Lauren chose the color scheme of lavenders, purples and reds which were so beautiful with the tall candle sticks in the center of the main table. It was all absolutely breathtaking. I’m always impressed with how much the Driskill mezzanine can be transformed every time I’m there.
Lauren and Colby, I wish you both the very best!!
Barbara with Barbaras Brides was their fabulous wedding planner
Scott was their venue coordinator from the Driskill Hotel
Wendee Sawran was the florist
Swank did the lighting
Tarrytown United Methodist Wedding and Driskill Hotel reception by a’ LaVie Photography